Windsor’s Hickey Going To Washington

By Mike Soulliere

(WINDSOR, ON) – Windsor Clippers Lacrosse graduate Brett Hickey has been drafted by the Washington Stealth of the National Lacrosse League. The Stealth used their fifth round pick in the 2011 National Lacrosse League Entry Draft to select Hickey 43rd overall.

The 6’2″, 210 pound right handed Hickey is the first player ever taken from the Windsor Clippers. Hickey graduated after the 2011 season, leaving his mark on the club as the leading points scorer in team history. Hickey’s junior career spanned 148 games where he scored 181 goals, 237 assists for 418 points as well as 273 PIM.

The Windsor Clippers wish Brett much success in his Lacrosse future.

The 2011 NLL Entry Draft-Source NLL.com

FIRST ROUND
1. Philadelphia – Kevin Crowley – Stony Brook University
2. Rochester – Stephen Keogh – Syracuse University
3. Colorado – Adam Jones – Canisius College
4. Minnesota – Jordan MacIntosh – Rochester Institute of Technology
5. Rochester – Johnny Powless – Six Nations, ON
6. Minnesota – Evan Kirk – Hobart College
7. Calgary – Travis Cornwall – Coquitlam, BC
8. Colorado – Dan Coates – Canisius College
SECOND ROUND
9. Buffalo – Jeremy Thompson – Syracuse University
10. Rochester – Joel White – Syracuse University
11. Calgary – Greg Harnett – Orangeville, ON
12. Minnesota – Corbyn Tao – Robert Morris University
13. Colorado – Jordan McBride – Stony Brook University
14. Colorado – Jamie Lincoln – Hofstra University
15. Buffalo – Jeff Cornwall – Conquitlam, BC
16. Colorado – Tye Belanger – Peterborough
17. Toronto – Jesse Gamble – Cornell University
18. Calgary – Frankie Scigliano – New Westminster, BC
THIRD ROUND
19. Minnesota – Jay Card – Hofstra University
20. Edmonton – Jesse Fehr – Duke University
21. Washington – Mike Mallory – Delta, BC
22. Washington – Adam McGourty – Brampton, ON
23. Rochester – Kyle Andrews – Brampton, ON
24. Buffalo – Connor Daly – Burlington, ON
25. Buffalo – Jerome Thompson – Onondaga C.C.
26. Toronto – Pete Rennie – Peterborough, ON
27. Minnesota – David Earl – Notre Dame University
FOURTH ROUND
28. Philadelphia – Steve Fryer – Coquitlam, AB
29. Minnesota – Brian Karalunas – Villanova University
30. Colorado – Craig England – Orangeville, ON
31. Minnesota – Patrick Smith – Robert Morris
32. Rochester – Shane Cater – Six Nations, ON
33. Buffalo – Billy Bitter – University of North Carolina
34. Washington – Trevor Moore – Robert Morris
35. Toronto – Eric Bissell – Peterborough, ON
FIFTH ROUND
36. Rochester – Aaron Tackaberry – Calgary,AB
37. Philadelphia – Matt Stefurak – University of Delaware
38. Colorado – Joey Cupido – Six Nations, ON
39. Minnesota – Jeremy Boltus – Army
40. Rochester – Cal Kitson – Brampton, ON
41. Buffalo – Dwight Bero – Dartmouth University
42. Calgary – Barclay Hickey – Okatoks, AB
43. Washington – Brett Hickey – Windsor, ON
44. Toronto – Kyle Davis – Brampton, ON
SIXTH ROUND
45. Rochester – Kraig Maracle – Six Nations, ON
46. Calgary – Darren Kinnear – Edmonton, AB
47. Colorado – Jovan Miller – Syracuse University
48. Minnesota – Todd Baxter – Denver University
49. Rochester – Grant Catalino – University of Maryland
50. Toronto – Phil Rawn – Kitchener, ON
51. Buffalo – Lloyd Chrysler – Tuscarora University
52. Washington – Justin Salt – New Westminster, BC
53. Toronto – Mark Burnett – Mars Hill College

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